10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here’s the news:

  • The next iPhone will reportedly have a larger 4.6-inch display.
  • Here’s how Google plans to fix Google Wallet.
  • An expert finally explains why people love zombies.
  • Zynga bought Draw Something developer OMGPOP.
  • Zynga’s mobile chief explains why they bought the company.
  • Here’s why $200 million for OMGPOP is incredibly cheap.
  • Facebook pokes are about to get much more annoying.
  • Pinterest’s traffic grew 52% between January and February.
  • Tech gods Ken Lerer and Bob Pittman just bought part of the New York Mets.
  • You won’t believe this weird protest against Apple in Palo Alto.
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